SPARQ Home Soapstone Flat Bread Pizza Stone, 12 by 16-Inch
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- Oven-to-table flat bread and pizza stone
- Features even heat distribution to reduce burnt food
- Handcrafted from solid soapstone; unique color and veining patterns
- Made in the USA
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|Color||Gray||Yellow||natural clay||White light brown||Steel||Dark Brown|
|Item Dimensions||0.5 x 16 x 12 in||13.5 x 20 x 0.67 in||14 x 16 x 0.75 in||14 x 16 x 1.1 in||0.3 x 14.25 x 16 in||14 x 14 x 0.14 in|
|Item Weight||8.6 lbs||10.9 lbs||10 lbs||—||16 lbs||7.59 lbs|
|Material Type||Stone||Cordierite||Stoneware||Cordierite Stone||Steel||Steel|
This Soapstone Flatbread Pizza Stone allows you to cook like a pro. Handcrafted from one solid block of soapstone, this durable pizza stone does wonders in baking with its even heat distribution. Prepare your favorite homemade pizzas, fresh-baked bread, or cookies on this durable and beautiful serving piece. Our Soapstone Flatbread stone is handmade by SPARQ in Colorado by the guys who know soapstone and understand its amazing qualities. Plus, our pizza stones are handmade with soapstone from factory excess.
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In terms of the product itself, it is kind of thin and therefore feels quite fragile. However, this is not surprising since this is stone after all. It is important to mention that my wife and I are new to the oven stone world so I can only describe it in simple unprofessional terms. What i can say though is this product is again beautiful and my wife has utilized it multiple times as a presentation surface (serving tray) for party/finger foods and other treats. As such, I am unaware if the surface will end up staining darker post-baking over the years (like most stones do) or if it will maintain its beauty. In either case, though it seems a bit over priced, my wife couldn't be happier. As mentioned, I will update this review once we bake with it. I hope this review helps.
My wife and I have officially utilized this oven stone for baking pizza, beer bread, and even bagels. In each attempt we were more than pleased with the crisping result (except for maybe the bagels). The NY style pizza had a nice golden brown crisp crust throughout and the beer bread also presented with the same desired outcome. The bagels on the other hand might be best baked with a standard baking pan since they became much more crispy (hard exterior) then we desired. However, this was the first time we have ever utilized an oven stone and therefore our methodologies might be off a bit. In closing, we love this stone, it cooks well and has maintained its beautiful appears without staining as of now (2 pizzas, 3 large loafs of beer bread, and 16 bagels cooked on it thus far). We hope this review helps.
--Some things I would like is that the stone be less fragile. I feel taking the stone in and out of the oven that I will break it if I don't treat it like fine china. While I haven't had breakage issues as of yet, I feel its only a matter of time before I break this stone in half.
Since I've learned a little more from that experience, I baked a calzone on the stone and positioned the stone higher in the oven. Perfect results after that. Another note, the instructions don't say whether to season the stone, but just to wash it before use. I was reading online in general about soapstones. I coated the stone with a light coat of canola oil on both sides and baked it at 350 degrees for 2 hours. repeated steps a second time. Stone now looks like a polished stone and nothing seems to stick to it. Burned stuff just washes right off.
Update: Have had this for 3 years so far, and still works great. Nothing sticks to it.